What is Louis Braille Famous for?

Louis Braille was a French teacher and inventor who was completely blind. He is best known for his system of raised dots that enables blind people to read and write. This system is called Braille system and is still used today. Louis Braille published this system in 1829 at the age of 20. Braille was the world’s first binary system of writing. The 64 combinations of dots can represent letters, numbers, punctuation marks and complete words and can be in languages other than English. People read Braille by moving their fingertips from left to right across the lines of raised dots.

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